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Indian-controlled Kashmir sees arrival of spring

2010-03-14 08:14:57 GMT2010-03-14 16:14:57 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Tourists take rest under almond trees in blossom in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir, March 13, 2010. The Indian-controlled Kashmir saw the arrival of spring as temperatures rose, ending a three-month spell of harsh cold weather. (Xinhua/Javed Dar)

Tourists walk past almond trees in blossom in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir, March 13, 2010. The Indian-controlled Kashmir saw the arrival of spring as temperatures rose, ending a three-month spell of harsh cold weather. (Xinhua/Javed Dar)

Children walk past almond trees in blossom in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir, March 13, 2010. The Indian-controlled Kashmir saw the arrival of spring as temperatures rose, ending a three-month spell of harsh cold weather.

Tourists walk past almond trees in blossom in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir, March 13, 2010. The Indian-controlled Kashmir saw the arrival of spring as temperatures rose, ending a three-month spell of harsh cold weather.

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